How do you remove an old door knob without screws? (video)
How do you remove a door knob with hidden screws?
Insert the screwdriver into the slot and pry the cover off the assembly. Some covers will have a set screw on the thin edge of the cover. Remove the screw with a Phillips-head screwdriver or Allen wrench, depending upon the screw head. Pull the cover away from the assembly to reveal the hidden screws. via
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How do you remove a broken door knob lock?
Look along the throat of your broken doorknob for a small set screw or a small slit. Use a small hex key to loosen the setscrew, or insert a small flat-head screwdriver into the slit to release the knob. Pull the knob off the spindle. via
How do you remove a interior door knob?
Push the tip of a narrow-blade screwdriver or nailset into the hole. Tug on the knob and it will slide right off. Then pry off the round decorative plate, called the rose, to expose the screws that hold the lockset onto the door. via
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How do I remove a large door knob?
Hold the doorknob as tight against the interior mechanism as possible and slip your flathead screwdriver beneath the lever. Push the lever in the opposite direction from what you used to remove the knob. Slide it all the way until it can't go any farther. At this point the doorknob should be locked back in place. via
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What is a mortise prepped door?
Mortise locks consist of a lock chassis with an integral latchbolt, operable trim (either levers or knobs), and either roses or escutcheon plates behind the trim. For keyed functions, a mortise cylinder is prepped into the door face. via
How do you remove a broken lock?
Insert a screwdriver into the lock, and turn it back to its default vertical position. Insert the tip of a pair of needle-nosed pliers into the keyhole. Try to grip the broken key and pull it out. This technique is most likely to work if the key broke at its head and all the cuts are inside the lock. via